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'General Hospital': What can fans expect from May sweeps?

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General Hospital” is gearing up to begin May sweeps. There are several story lines that will play out through the next several weeks and fans are on the edge of their seats. From the survival of Patrick and Sabrina's baby to the affair Ava and Sonny had, there is no shortage of speculations. According to an April 25 report from We Love Soaps, Morgan will talk to Ava and it looks like Olivia will want to work things out with Sonny. There is definitely some heavy things coming in the way of Ava and Sonny.

Another big focus on the upcoming week of “General Hospital” is the fate of Dr. Obrecht. Dante and Lulu are groveling with Nikolas and Elizabeth about dropping the charges against Obrecht so that they will be able to recover their remaining embryo. Scott Baldwin will agree to drop the charges if Nikolas and Elizabeth are on board. It looks like Obrecht will go free because she is rumored to be making a big announcement at the hospital soon.

The “General Hospital” Twitter feed is buzzing about the fate of the “Patrina” baby. Patrick and Sabrina will be by their son's side this week. With the baby being born almost 15 weeks premature, there are plenty of hurdles to overcome. Fans are unsure whether or not the baby will make it, especially since Teresa Castillo (Sabrina) will be going on maternity leave soon.

The truth about Nathan and Britt being siblings is supposed to come out this week as well. Britt is being investigated for possibly causing the crash that hurt Sabrina and her son, but fans don't believe she is the one at fault. It looks like Luke may have ordered a hit on Emma because Ava was far too busy to be involved. Fans are looking forward to Britt's reaction to the news.

May sweeps are huge for the soap opera genre. Ratings will need to be high in order for the show to continue on, but fans don't believe that will be a problem. With all of the mystery hanging around Port Charles, there is no telling what will happen next.

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